Man arrested following diver death

Marine Investigation Unit detectives are investigating following the death of a diver in the bay yesterday (5 May). A 41-year-old man from Carrum Downs contacted police and was subsequently arrested ...

Pythons prevail under pressure

DIVISION ONE PINES have gone another game without a defeat this season, after just beating the Frankston Bombers past the post on Saturday. The Bombers proved they could be a threat to the reigning p...

Hillmen continue frightening run

DIVISION TWO CHELSEA restricted Brendan Fevola to just one goal on Saturday to secure an impressive win over Hastings at Thomas Barclay Reserve. Fevola hit the scoreboard with a goal just over a minu...

Strikers in seventh heaven

SOCCER PENINSULA Strikers are back on the promotion trail after a stunning 7-0 thrashing of Heatherton United at Centenary Park on Saturday. Heatherton had gone into this State 2 South-East contest w...

Princess Jenni crowned Oaks victor

MORNINGTON-based racehorse trainer David Brideoake took out the Group One Australasian Oaks (2000m) in South Australia on Saturday 4 May with his classy filly Princess Jenni. Despite a pre-race delay...

Progress association refuses resignations

A MEETING of the Frankston Progress Association was held on the 2nd May when the following gentlemen were present: Messrs Jolly (president) Brody, F. Wells, Jacobs, P. Wells, McMurtrie, Wood, Lawrey,...

Water pollution threat to dolphin health

Barry Morris THE Hastings-based Dolphin Research Institute is hoping to widen its support base to help safeguard the lives of the entertaining aquatic mammals. Its adopt-a-dolphin program aims to hav...

Crime ‘spike’ in Seaford

RESIDENTS in Seaford are being reminded to stay vigilant and keep an eye out for suspicious activity after a crime “spike” in the area. Frankston police detective sergeant Rudy Marsilli said that res...